How has Web 2.0    Changed theEducational Landscape?           Professor Sandra Markus                      FIT
Competition versus Collaboration
L’Etat C’est Moi!   I share therefore I am
First Open Source Operating System               1991
Web 2.0The read, write web
Flickr - Image Sharing6 Billion Photos and counting
ARTstor
WIKIPEDIA/WIKIS
Online Visual Pinboard
twitter in education #edchat
Universal Access to Research and           Education
Self-Publishing Model
CLAY SHIRKY
Yochai Benkler
Howard Rheingold
Richard Baraniuk
Didatic vs.Constructivist
MIT Open Courseware
Columbia Center for NewMedia Teaching and Learning
Khan Academy
A REVOLUTION DOESN’T HAPPENWHEN SOCIETY ADOPTS NEW TOOLS,IT HAPPENS WHEN SOCIETY ADOPTS NEW BEHAVIORS.                    ...
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  1. 1. How has Web 2.0 Changed theEducational Landscape? Professor Sandra Markus FIT
  2. 2. Competition versus Collaboration
  3. 3. L’Etat C’est Moi! I share therefore I am
  4. 4. First Open Source Operating System 1991
  5. 5. Web 2.0The read, write web
  6. 6. Flickr - Image Sharing6 Billion Photos and counting
  7. 7. ARTstor
  8. 8. WIKIPEDIA/WIKIS
  9. 9. Online Visual Pinboard
  10. 10. twitter in education #edchat
  11. 11. Universal Access to Research and Education
  12. 12. Self-Publishing Model
  13. 13. CLAY SHIRKY
  14. 14. Yochai Benkler
  15. 15. Howard Rheingold
  16. 16. Richard Baraniuk
  17. 17. Didatic vs.Constructivist
  18. 18. MIT Open Courseware
  19. 19. Columbia Center for NewMedia Teaching and Learning
  20. 20. Khan Academy
  21. 21. A REVOLUTION DOESN’T HAPPENWHEN SOCIETY ADOPTS NEW TOOLS,IT HAPPENS WHEN SOCIETY ADOPTS NEW BEHAVIORS. CLAY SHIRKY, USNOW
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